What am I even doing with my life?: And other questions from NICAR young’uns

CAROne of my favorite sessions at NICAR is undoubtedly the young’uns session: a place for students and young professionals to ask candid questions to journalists who have been in the field a little longer.

How do I make myself stand apart from the other 500 applicants? How do I negotiate a salary? Does an internship count as previous experience? What if I’ve only worked for student media? WHY IS FINDING A JOB SO HARD? WHAT IS THE POINT OF LIFE? You know, common questions we’ve all had at one time or another during our journey into adulthood.

7 Pieces of Advice for Feminists Who Use The Internet

by Madi Alexander 0 Comments

Are you a feminist? Do you use the Internet? Given that you’re reading this post, my guess is that you answered “yes” to at least one of those questions.

The Internet can be an interesting, rewarding, frustrating, scary and exciting place to be a feminist. A mixed bag of emotions, really. So I’ve come up with a few pieces of advice for feminists (of all genders) to keep in mind when exploring the dark abyss we call the Internet.